This past May, Doro celebrated the first time she took to the stage 30 years ago with a two-night concert party in her hometown of Düsseldorf, Germany. With shows already lined up throughout Europe, the UK, and Latin America for her 30 Years Strong & Proud Anniversary Tour, she’s since announced that she’ll bring the celebration to North America as well. You’re not going to want to miss an event like this, which starts this fall, from one of the original women of metal, Doro Pesch.
About the tour, Doro says:
The Anniversary Tour was incredibly well-received everywhere and we know there are many more places we need to get to. I’m always super excited to play in the USA and Canada. Looking forward to seeing all our great fans, friends, and metalheads again. See you soon… Raise Your Fist!
Fans will soon be invited to participate in an online poll to select the set lists for the tour via
Doro’s Facebook page. There are additional plans for a second leg of the tour in the U.S. for Spring 2015.
DORO 30 Years – Strong & Proud North American Tour:
10/10/2014 Route 20 Outhouse – Sturtevant, WI
10/11/2014 Pov’s 65 – Spring Lake Park, MN
10/12/2014 Mojoes – Joliet, IL
10/14/2014 Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
10/15/2014 Altar Bar – Pittsburgh, PA
10/16/2014 Hard Luck Bar – Toronto, ON
10/18/2014 Salle Multi – Quebec City, QC
10/19/2014 Petit Campus – Montreal, QC
10/20/2014 The Gramercy Theatre – New York, NY
This Fall, the Nuclear Blast Webshop will have the import version of DORO’s Raise Your Fist – 30 Years Anniversary Edition available to coincide with the October tour. A re-release of 2012’s Raise Your Fist album will include new and rare tracks plus a bonus CD entitled Powerful Passionate Favorites comprised of cover versions of Dio, Led Zeppelin, Metallica, and KISS songs.
Raise Your Fist, which features guest appearances by Lemmy Kilmister of Motörhead and Ozzy/Firewind guitarist Gus G., debuted at #65 on the American Billboard Heatseekers chart in November 2012 and can be purchased from the Nuclear Blast Webshop.
Rock Hard \m/